You gonna take the same attitude if a major news entity runs a headline like
"Olympian Corey Cogdell's Hubbins Makes Spectacular Play"?
"Olympian Corey Cogdell-Unrein Wins Second Bronze; Chicago Bears Lineman Mitch Unrein Proud"
It wouldn't be such a deal if it weren't for the fact that it does mirror an attitude that is still ridiculously prevalent, that women are still often seen as extensions of their husbands, and all the garbage that goes along with that. If you're still blowing complaining about it off as needless, paranoid, overreactionary politically correct RadFeminazi ass kissing, go read the comments sections of a handful of the articles covering it. If we don't really have a problem with some seriously screwbared attitudes toward equality, why do (alleged) people, both male and female, feel the need to get craptastically nasty over the idea that a chick should get to be mentioned by name for her own accomplishments?